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a lack of progress in the bt labor dispute won't mean the trains stop rolling. a judgs ordered the unions to keep rking while they good evening. a lack of progress in the b.a.r.t labor disput will not mean the trains stop rolling, a judge ordered the unions to
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keep working while they keep talking. kpix5 is at caltrans headquarters in oakland where the b.a.r.t labor dispute continues, sharon? >> well, negotiations have been going on since 1:00 this afternoon but the trains will be rolling. a judge's order means workers will be able to strike before midnight october 10th. as san francisco supreme court judge this morning issued an injunction, meaning no strike and no lockout for 60 days. in a rare weekend hearing the judge at the request of jerry brown ordered a 60-day cooling off period. blocking a repeat of the strike that we saw over the july 4th week. b.a.r.t nor his workers were effected but could it slow down negotiations. >> it gives them a longer opportunity to resolve the issues. they are making progress. they are not done yet. >> there will be pressure for my colleagues and i to reach a settlement to traoefp as soon
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as possible. >> another strike would have grave effects on the riding public. >> and, san francisco mayor praised the governor for requesting help. >> for contributions for the tension of the benefits. one of the b.a.r.t workers came out here. one of the workers says they have not made a lot of progress in the last week they are tens of millions apart. >> thank you. >> now, we heard before and we are still hearing it. unions and b.a.r.t management are miles apart. kpix reports it might take new blood at the bargaining table to move things along. >> reporter: crisis averted
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for now. look at what is standing. and there is no pressure. >> that is b.a.r.t director we opted for the board not to get involved. >> why? >> you know, i am not sure exactly. i think there was a sentiment that the board might be weak and cave in. he is as it is time b.a.r.t's governorringing board steps in. >> a lot of experience to give to the negotiators to tell them how to navigate this very, very complicated story. >> noticeablely missing thus far our elected leaders. >> politicians have been frozen by the strike. sanfrancisco reporter says that wild governor brown ordered the cooling off period he could do more. >> he has not personally been involved. maybe he is the person to do this. because he is sort of universal respect for both sides, we will
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see. >> polls show politicians that in the dispute. but, he says many politics are bought and paid for by those very unions. >> one of the major unions in the b.a.r.t strike has given $3 million in the last election cycle. giving $700,000. they know where the monsecoming from. >> and it has gotten so ugly that -- >> it is a personality situation between the negotiators. >> a third party may be the only hope. >> you want someone to step up and get in there and bang heads and say, let's give us a solution. who'll be the adult in the room? >> reporter: in san francisco, kpix5. if the deal is snot struck tonight tomahawk says his team will take a break to reassess his position, he did not specify how long the break would be. a body has been found at the national park where researchers are looking for a missing hiker. the body was found 1,000 feet above the lake. an id has not yet been made. but the ever search for the
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hiker is called off. >> crews were searching for 65- year-old johnnie jean daniel. she is an experienced hiker. she was reported missing. the california girl who has been missing for a week will soon be reunited with her family. marle hall has raebgsz from the teenager's grandparents. >> reporter: ralph and sara have not spoke tone their granddaughter daughter yet but for now they have all of the information they need. >> she is coming home and we just can't wait. >> reporter: the 6-day ordeal came to an end on saturday night in idaho when fbi agents rescued anderson and shot and killed her alleged kidnapper james lee dimaggio. >> could not have been better news. and, the way it ended up for hannah and jim, it is fitting. >> reporter: they are relieved hannah is okay but just a week ago they lost their daughter,
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christina anderson and 8-year- old grandson, etha an. the two bodies were found in dimaggio's burned california home. that is when the authorities believe he fled the san diego area with hannah. >> so, now, we can take our time to grieve my daughter and my grandson. >> reporter: law enforcement officials tracked hannah and dimaggio to a remote area of central idaho after a tip from four horseback rider who's reported they saw the pair. >> the amber alert was on the television, i told my wife, that is that girl we seen on the mountain. they spotted them from a plane and then a helicopter dropped fbi agents. a approached on foot and waited for them to separate and shot and killed the suspect. >> fbi agents are still processing the effort. >> reporter: they will not release details about what happened between dimaggio and
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law enforcement until an investigation is complete. >> dimaggio was a friend of anderson family. he had a strange liking to the teen age girl. the last day of outside lands of the 3-day music festival why neighbors say they have had enough. talk about racing in shoes, the men racing in heels ,,
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gate park. but it comes at a cost for some. as don knapp reports: people who live near the park --- are y to a big moneymaker for sab fran. the music festival comes to a cost for some. don kna about pp reports people who live near the park are ready to get their quiet neighborhood back. >> come on in guys, all of the way to the left, guys. >> reporter: the appeal is immense. 65,000 people a day streaming into the park for the outside lands park. >> an amazing time in the park. with all of the music. so good. >> reporter: the price $250 a pop. a bargain for three days of big name entertainment. paul mccartney was a headliner
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and had the crowd in tears. but the success of outside lands brings a downside. high volumes of music, crowds, cars. >> friday night when i came home it took me almost 1 1/2 hours to find parking. be sides the loss of parking spaces some complain about the foot traffic and the music pumped out of powerful speakers. >> we understand there is an imtpaobgt this event and im-- an impact to everyone. >> i am sure it is a matter of opinion if you like the music. >> sure. paul mccartney and red hot chili pep perses and most of it is in the afternoon. >> reporter: all kinds of music and ages of fans. neighbors may complain about the volume, the parking and the trash everyone says the crowd is well behaved. >> what do you have to say to the folks at home? >> we wish you were here.
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>> there is an impact, for everyone else, fun, phuzic and money for the city. >> economic city in 2011 shows that we bring in $66 million annually to san francisco. >> promoters tuesday took three years to get paul mccartney here and they are working to get another big name next year. coming up tonight on "60 minutes". >> it should not happen in 2013. >> more than 50 people have been killed and around 700 are being treated for dangerous fungal infections caused by 17,000 viles of tainted immediate. our investigation turned up disturbing evidence of how it happened and exposed a critical gap in drug safety in america. >> as commissioner of the fta then, you can't tell us that every drug being used in the united states is safe and effective. >> no. i really can't.
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>> you can see the whole story tonight on "60 minutes" right after this newscast. showers back in the forecast. it is true. we will talk about it as the news continues right here with the pinpoint forecast on k about pix-5 -- on kpix5. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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office with more than 30 min in ticket sales. it was enough to beat three newcomers... including the jennifer ani the science fiction thriller topped the box office with $30 million in ticket stills. it beat "we're the millers" that came in 2nd place. "planes" landed in 3rd place with $22 million if sales.
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the latest jackson movie and denzel washington action comedy "2 guns" rounded out the top 5. >> ladies, if you spent a good deal of time in heels you know it can be painful but this looks like torture. check it out. 100 women running in a 100 meter race. in 95 degree heat in theu crane. the racer s had to wear heels. the winner won a car. finished the whole thing in 15 seconds. and she won a car! these guys in cleveland did not score a car but helped a good cause. the mens completed with a relay race for the crisis center. trophies given out to the fastest team, the best dressed team and the team that raised the most money for the fundraisers. all right, not bad. pretty much that is all i have to say.
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chiming the ladder of success. yes. there you go. yes. okay. right? >> yes. i tried that before. [ laughter ] >> the mile, the marathon, all of them. >> yes. duct tape the heels to your feet. yes, works better that way. showers back in the forecast. >> yes. explain that one. >> i got one word, meteor. we have showers back in the forecast. we will not be able to see them due to this right here. take a look at the clouds gathering at the coast. in fact, we did not even have clearing right there in ocean beach today with a high where it topped off in the upper 50s, can'tly in san francisco, 58 degrees across bay in oakland. the low 60s, to the north, currently 72 degrees in santa rosa. this is the scene in oakland at this hour. seeing some of the clouds now beginning to build. we do have for the most part, clear skies, west winds at 14 miles an hour. the official sun down at 8:08 tonight and by the time it
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comes back up tomorrow morning 6:01. low clouds, patchy fog and overnight drizzle. today's high, no clearing at the coast. 62 in san francisco. it was warmer inland at 86 and throughout the try valley. it was cooler in san jose at 73. it is pretty much status quo in santa rosa at 80. overnight with a blanket of clouds, in the 50s, and here are the clouds. spilling into the bay tonight, working their way in towards hayward. in the great. to the valley, here is tomorrow morning after the commute. the coast, very slow to clear. in fact, all of the way to point rayes, no cheering. this is pesky area of low pressure that has been trying to migrate to the north. once it does continue to make steps in the northerly direction we will have the area of high pressure fill in, warm up the atmosphere and we work in that warming away from the bay into our interior valley. let's give you an idea.
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san jose, below average for this time of the year. 78 degrees for the warmest day oned with. otherwise your pinpoint forecast, 60 pacificca. low 60s at half-moon bay. cooler than that in daly city. 60s and 70s at the peninsula. bumping up to the high 70s and the middle 80s in morgan hill. willow glen at 75 degrees. right around the central bay for the most part. 60s and 70ss, due east. we top off to the middle 80s, feeling more like summertime. west wind at 15. north of the golden gate bridge. no clearing, to 84 degrees in nevado. 4-5 degrees below average. talking tphaeubgt santa rosa tomorrow and middle to high 80ss. here you have it. we do have the meteor shower for tonight but overcast skies, it is the meteor shower. then we see a deeper marine layer on thursday and friday. the stock is in at coast.
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once again, the temperatures season although for this time of the year. >> yes. don't have that weather effect the a's game on tuesday night. >> yes. 7:05. they need to win. yes, they do. yes, warming up. >> yes. a good record in games they throw another good pitch out. >> yes. >> they won't to win the pennant last year. >> there you go. yes. that is why they keep inviting me back. now golf. [ laughter ] >> thank you very much. yes. straight ahead, last 21 mag majors. ,,,,,,,,,,,,
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time champ...this one's a b overdue... all right, a pga championship is in the books, 95th renewal for this one and another first time champ. this one overdue. phil mickelson, the good guy that he is finishes 12 over par. hung around and signed autographs. tim, finished 10 overpar, but did have the shot of the day. tiger woods, going to wait until next year for another shot at a major. struggled in oak hill today at rodchester. finished 4 over par. yesterday, jason dufner hit the water at 5. double bogey. a different story today. look how he stuck the landing. set him up for an easy bird tow grab the lead at 10 under. 3rd round leader, jim furick
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stayed in the hunt. stuck with him. finished a shot back. that was perfect. perfect. it is perfect. >> good at 16. capped him for his 4th birdie of the day. now, tap it in, win it. shot a 2-under 68. his first career major. >> it was a long day. tough golf course. you know, probably has not hit me yet. can't believe it it is happening to me. you know, to come back from a couple years ago in this championship, winning a lot. feels really, really good. >> are you ready for jason as a chappion? it is on the way. >> happy to get the job -- champion? >> it is on the way. happy to get the job done. the rangers they ripped off 7 straight wins. now, here is the game from
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toronto. the shot of the dugout. that is josh center screen. silent after a 5-homer weekend. cocoa crisp. watch this catch. that is a duce. full extension. kept toronto from doing more damage. it is 1-0. and the a's had it. moss got him. drove one off of the knuckleball. off of the wall. they took the lead. tied at 3 in the 8th. here is the new guy. off of the glove of the left fielder. one run scores, bobel will relay. another run scores, 5-3, a's. got to 6-3 and then ran down. although, brent said not so fast with it. put it over the wall, cut the lead to 2 down for the bases and got the 4-3 ground out to
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end it. a's win the final of 6-4. happy birthday sandavol. man, he is heating up. double in the first inning, scores marco. 2-0 after 1. man, the orioles can hit. giving it up. to jay. harding, a two-run shot. putting up the orioles 3-2. the o's beat up the giants bullpen including zeto. giving up 7 runs in 2 innings of work and they lose final of 10-2. >> two games on the coast where they were tight for 6-7 innings and then throw it away. >> i tell you, if i knew how they would turn out i would
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enjoy them more. but i don't. a lot of things you have to do in the national league. >> the season might not be what we tonight to be. they have to be pro tperpbl about it. now, usually, maybe, a guy or two that will go through a funk for a little bit. but right now it is our whole lineup. in car cam, because you waited long enough. jeff gordon spun out on the 15th lap. we are talking nascar here. finished 36th. fell out of the top 10 in the points standings, more wrecks for you. kasey kahne, oh, no! more of that spaeupbt swafping. fbial lap, brad keslowski on -- more of that paint swapping. final lap, brad keslowski, that is what happened on the road course today. now, track and field
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championship, russia, 100 meter dash. look at him go! 9.77 seconds. the first place for the fastest man in the world. he took 2nd. big guy, fast guys. on the track. >> how tall is he? >> 6 '5. >> don't make him mad. you can not run away from him. >> all right, thank you very much. ,,
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the critics agree, build your own pancakes part 2 is a hit! i put caramel and bacon, says bobby. i like it when syrup goes down the side, says jenna. and michael was left speechless. build your own pancakes are back for a limited run,
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only at denny's. captioning funded by cbs and ford-- built for the road ahead. >> pelley: it's the worst pharmaceutical disaster in decades. >> this should not happen in 2013. >> pelley: more than 50 people have been killed and around 700 are being treated for dangerous fungal infections caused by 17,000 vials of tainted medicine. our investigation turned up disturbing evidence of how it happened and exposed a critical gap in drug safety in america. as commissioner of the f.d.a. then, you can't tell us that every drug being used in the united states is safe and effected. >> no, i really cannot.


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